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AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley says his side should be higher in the table but they have conceded too many goals.

The Dons won for the first time this season at Kingsmeadow on Tuesday - a 3-0 victory over Burton Albion, who had been flying until they arrived in South London.

But Ardley warned Morecambe will be a different proposition tomorrow.

"We should be higher in the table," he said. "We are not because we have not done enough to close down games.

"Not by any stretch of the imagination are we anywhere near where we need to be.

"We are too inconsistent and have conceded too many goals. We have been scoring them, which is great, but we have lost matches we should have won and drawn some we should have won.

"Burton came and had a go. We did really, really well. But we cannot expect the same against Morecambe on Saturday. They will play a different shape and the game could well get bitty.

"We will have to manage that carefully. It... read on

MILLWALL fans and local residents will have the chance to see the area around The Den and how it might look in 10 years' time this weekend.

It... read on


AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley says his side should be higher in the table but they have conceded too many goals.

The Dons won for the first t... read on


AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley says his side should be higher in the table but they have conceded too many goals.

The Dons won for the first t... read on


MILLWALL boss Ian Holloway has paid tribute to former Nottingham Forest boss Brian Clough as his 10th anniversary falls on the day the sides meet on S... read on

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